Light, delicate and fanciful would be the way to describe glass that came out of Fritz Lampl's Bimini glass production from the early 1920s until after WWII. His blown glass is often mistaken for Murano, but his production glass was much lighter than most Murano work. This is open blown hollow clear crystal glass work, very unusual, with ruby red lampwork decorations to the double bulb stems. Very unusual! Each measures 6 tall and they are in perfect condition. And each rings sweetly like a little bell when tapped!